[nafex] Re: chestnuts

Erdman, Jim erdmanj at uwstout.edu
Fri Mar 8 10:49:48 EST 2002


There is a chestnut tree in downtown Durand, cold edge of zone 4, (except
that it is in town not too far from the river) that we have gotten a few
nuts to plant from in past years.  Most years we aren't lucky enough to get
there when the nuts are still on the ground.
Did I read something about blight or other problems in the grove near
LaCrosse in the last couple of years, or was that another grove in Wis?

Jim Erdman, in Menomonie, WI


-----Original Message-----
From: mIEKAL
To: nafex at yahoogroups.com
Sent: 3/8/02 9:32 AM
Subject: [nafex] Re: chestnuts

> DocKW at aol.com wrote:
> >
> > Although I know of people claiming to have chestnuts in Maine, I
believe they
> > have microclimates that allow these to survive in this northerly
climate;
> > perhaps they are coastal.  In my reading I believe the native
American
> > Chestnut was growing as far north as northern Massachusetts.

there is a native stand of chestnuts unaffected by the blight, in the
experimental forest outside of LaCrosse, WI....  without a doubt we are
hard
core zone 4.  I still havent wandered over there to see them, shame on
me.  mIEKAL






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